Classic Banana Pudding. This homemade banana pudding recipe is the best! Banana pudding is a dessert recipe I've been enjoying since I was a kid. It really does not get much more easy or satisfying than combining pudding with cookies and sliced banana.
You don't have to be from the South to love this dessert. It's the best banana pudding recipe I've ever made! PIN IT NOW TO SAVE FOR LATER. You can cook Classic Banana Pudding using 5 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Classic Banana Pudding
- Prepare 2 (3.4 oz) of boxes Vanilla pudding.
- Prepare 1 (8 oz) of tub Cool Whip.
- It’s 3 cups of milk.
- Prepare 1 (11 oz) of box Nilla Waffers.
- Prepare 3 of large bananas, sliced.
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Classic Banana Pudding step by step
- Mix puddings and milk, set aside for 5 minutes..
- In a large trifle bowl layer the bottom with 1 layer of waffers. Then put a slice of banana on each waffer. *I forgot and my bananas ended up as a single layer on top of the pudding.*.
- Mix half the tub of cool whip in to pudding.
- Put a quarter of the pudding mixture on top..
- Put another layer of waffers along the top and sides. Layer bananas on top of each cookie. *I used a box and a half of 8 oz mini vanilla waffers*.
- Add another quarter of pudding mixture. Continue layers til you're done. *I got 2 layers each for my 2 minis.*.
- Top the whole thing with cool whip. Chill in the fridge for a few hours..
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